JIBHI Road Trip


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  • 4 Days  3 Nights 
  • Difficulty - Easy
  • For 8+ years
  • Best Season - Winter (Nov, Dec, Jan) Spring (Feb, March, April) Summer (May, June, July) Monsoon (Aug, Sept, Oct)

If you are looking to get a spice of mountain life but do not want to get lost in the crowd of a hill station, Jibhi will serve as a mesmerizing hamlet for you. Tucked in the remote Banjar Valley of Himachal Pradesh, it is at a distance of 500 km from Delhi. If you are anywhere near, get ready to rock and roll with us on Jibhi Road Trip.  

Jibhi is a walker's delight, with easy trails abundant in seamless scenery and the freshness of the air. It's a scenic place that may be distant but it brims with all attractive opportunities for travellers. It stands out because it's at the confluence of two rivers: the Tirthan River and the Flachan River. The gurgling water and the voices of wind make up for a great night's sleep. At the same time, activities like Trout Fishing, forest hiking, lakeside picnics, lake treks, and sightseeing activities will keep you enthusiastic during the day. 

The mountains surrounding Jibhi are lush with Pine and Cedar trees. Along with this, the wooden architecture is ancient but gold-like—precious. The intricate carvings and cantilevered balconies of the rustic Victorian-style houses perfectly blend with the landscape.  

We are too excited to take you on a road trip that you will remember for your lifetime. We are eager to meet you, listen to your travel adventures, and share ours. Give us a chance to take you to this offbeat location in the Himalayas. Here is a brief itinerary of the Jibhi Road Trip with Plan the Unplanned. 

Trip Highlights

Firstly, meet fellow travellers and kick off your journey from Delhi to Jibhi.

Secondly, appreciate the mud, brick, and wood architecture of the homes constructed in the Victorian style.   

Thirdly, enjoy the confluence of two rivers: River Beas and River Flachan. 

Fourth, get blessings in the Serolsar Temple and lake.

Lastly, pump up your physical side by rafting in Kullu.

Leave late evening by 7:00 PM from Rajori Garden / R K Ashram, New Delhi in a Tempo Traveler.



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Indeed, waking up in the mountains and looking up to a trekking experience is a rush in itself. After a filling breakfast, we will move towards Jalori Pass, at the height of 3120 m. Then, we will trek to Serolsar lake, which starts from Jalori Pass through a narrow pass. The walk through the dense and lush forest will capture your eye. Thirty minutes after the walk, you will open up to the broader views of the mountains. You can witness smaller pleasures like watching cattle graze, profound valleys, and blooming plants. On the way, you will also come across some ruins of cottages. Surprisingly, bricks, wood, and mud are the only materials used to construct these.

The trek will approximately take five to six hours. Subsequently, after crossing a very dense forest, we will finally reach Serolsar Lake with a small temple by its side. You can enjoy the panorama and reflect on your playful side. There is also a small cafe where you can take a break and relax. Later, you can enjoy the sunset on the way back to the homestay and sing local folk songs with trek leaders.  

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Lunch, Dinner

After we arrive in Jibhi, we'll check into our hotel and have some downtime.
Following that, we'll go on a local sightseeing tour and stop at the glistening Jibhi Waterfall. We'll also go cafe hopping and explore the neighborhood market.
We'll host a bonfire in the evening and engage in some activities to strengthen our group.
After dinner, spend the night in Jibhi.
Note: If the weather permits, a bonfire will be held.

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Sadly but with all excitement, this is the last day of our Jibhi Road Trip. After the sumptuous breakfast, we will move out for a river rafting adventure in Kullu in the Beas river. The river offers six grades of rapids that you will be facing throughout the activity. Additionally, all exciting words come to mind for such an activity: adrenaline-pumping, soul-satisfying, confidence-building, thrilling, stirring, action-packed; the Himalayan waters add to the experiences you will cosset for your life.
After we are finished, we will stop for a self-sponsored dinner before departing for Delhi, where we will arrive by the next morning.
In the end, give us a chance to say goodbye nicely. We are sure that this trip will add smiles to your life and keep taking you back on the journeys after you return home. In fact, the Plan the Unplanned team is always happy to see you again; Check out our other itineraries and call us soon. We will wait for your message. Till then, take care and rejoice. 


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What’s life without adventure? Isn’t the real purpose of life to travel, to experience new places, and witness the sunrise from new mountaintops? This thought is what united Jatin and Tarun over a cup of chai, in spite of being from two unrelated backgrounds (CA and IT). They knew each other since the time Jatin was helping Tarun learn the ways of the wilderness through weekend treks and outings with another traveling group. Their love for traveling and trekking together motivated them to start something of their own. Thus was born “Plan The Unplanned”, where travel goals come true. Under the Companies Act, Plan The Unplanned is incorporated as Unplanned Journeys Private Limited They started their journey on unsteady ground, much like any other company, but they shared an infatuation for travel and adventure with their customers, which amplified their determination, and thus, Plan the Unplanned family keeps getting bigger every day! Just about any travel idea can come alive with Plan The Unplanned…treks, adventure activities like rock climbing, kayaking, rafting, backpacking trips across the country, cultural outings, photo walks; everything that fellow travelers need, to explore the great outdoors together. Well now that the wanderlust has kicked in and you can already see a vacation in your nearest future, here’s what we have to offer!

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  • Transportation Delhi to Delhi by Tempo Traveller or Volvo Bus
  • Next, 2 Night Stay in Hotel/Homestay in Jibhi
  • 5 Meals during Stay ( Day 1- Lunch to Day 4 Breakfast )
  • River Rafting
  • Trip Leader
  • Most importantly, an experience that you gain


  • Any meals not included above
  • Any kind of personal expense
  • Any kind of insurance (health, medical, life accidental, etc
  • Anything not included above
  • Any entry fees for the museum, park, Jeep safari, or anything else
  • Any additional expenses arising out of unforeseen circumstances like cancellation/roadblocks/landslides/ strike or any other natural causes out of human control or any emergency evacuation expenses.


  • Day backpack (20–30 Ltrs): You will leave your larger backpack at your intended stay because you will only need to carry a few essential items when you are on a local sightseeing tour.
  • 1 pair of thermals: Thermals are clothing items that keep your body warm in cold weather. You must bring it with you when visiting cold climates.
  • Outdoor Shoes: When travelling outside, especially in the mountains, you need to wear comfortable shoes. Instead of being heavy and bulky, they should be light and robust.
  • Sandals or Floaters: A good pair of sandals or floaters will allow you to move easily while you are enjoying a leisurely day.
  • 1 down jacket / main jacket: It's important to carry the right layers to prevent getting cold, so you should also carry an insulated jacket you can wear on top of your other clothing.
  • 3 Quick Dry Tees: To ensure proper hygiene between stops, you must always have three or more pairs of quick dry tees on hand.
  • 3 Pairs of Cotton Socks: You can always rely on a good pair of cotton socks while travelling because they are lightweight and incredibly comfortable to move around in. However, if they are wet, remember to change them and don't wear them.
  • 1 Pair of Woolen Socks: Good woolen socks, particularly merino, are cozy, keep odors to a minimum, and offer enough insulation from the cold to be worn at night.
  • 1 Poncho: A poncho is a more advanced version of a raincoat that completely protects you from the rain by covering both your body and your bag.
  • Quicky Dry Towel: A towel that dries quickly will aid in maintaining good hygiene. The fabric needs to dry quickly because staying wet will only increase the likelihood of bacterial growth.
  • Gloves: Insulated gloves aid in keeping your hands at the proper body temperature.
  • Sanitizer: Make sure you always have hand sanitizer on hand to reduce the risk of infections and to maintain good hand hygiene.
  • Sun Cap: On a hot day, a lightweight sun cap with side flaps is ideal for keeping your head cool and preventing sunburns.
  • Lip balm: It's important to keep your lips moisturized because the chilly winds can cause them to become chapped.
  • Cold Cream & Sun Screen (SPF 40+): Cold cream and sunscreen are both necessary to prevent sunburns and chafing.
  • Water bottle (1 litre): Staying hydrated is crucial when travelling. You must always have a water bottle on you that you can fill up with Himalayan water.
  • Bag for all Your Toiletries: You should carry a zip lock bag with all your necessities, such as paper towels, toothpaste, sanitizers, and soap.
  • Personal Basic Medical Kit: It is necessary to travel with a medical kit that contains bandages, Dettol, and medications for headaches, nausea, etc.
  • People who wear glasses or sunglasses (Use photochromic glasses rather than contact lenses): When exposed to sunlight, photochromatic eyewear is intended to change into anti-glare sunglasses. They are effective for protecting the eyes, but one can also choose clip-on glasses, etc.
  • Mobile charger or power bank: Even though most places have electricity, it's always a good idea to have one with you in case of an emergency.
  • Documents: Identification documents such as a driver's licence and an Aadhar card.
  • Extra Polythene: You can carry your clothing in polythene in case it gets wet or doesn't dry. However, be sure to take all of the plastic that you brought with you into the forest. Avoid leaving behind trash.
  • Camera: This ought to be clear. to ensure you get to record all the memorable moments from your journey. Check to see if you have enough storage and extra batteries.


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Policy and Terms

Here's the cancellation policy for Himalayan Treks/Backpacking Trips/Road Trips

  • If you cancel before 30 days - 90% of amount will be refunded
  • If you cancel between 20 -30 days - 75% % of amount will be refunded
  • If you cancel between 15-19 days - 50%  will be refunded
  • If you cancel between 7-14 days - 25 % amount will be refunded
  • If you cancel between 0- 7 days before the departure date - No amount would be refunded.
  • *Intimation Period means the number of days before the tour is scheduled to start
  • **Cancellation Fee is the amount of money that will be deducted from the total billing amount before offering the refund.
  • Refund/Cancellation requests are accepted only by email at [email protected] and not via call or Whatsapp.

Note: For All The Above Refund Cases Transaction Fees/Internet Handling Charges will be dedcuted from the overall amount and balance amount shall be refunded. You can transfer your ticket to anyone so that you could save your hard earned money

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